Microsoft to nag Windows 10 users to upgrade to the Creators Edition

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Microsoft to use the Mrs Doyle gambit to encourage Windows 10 users to upgrade
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Microsoft to use the Mrs Doyle gambit to encourage Windows 10 users to upgrade

Microsoft to transmit on-screen pop-ups to prod Windows 10 users to install Creators Update

Users of Microsoft Windows 10 are about to undergo another wave of nagware in a bid to persuade hold-outs to upgrade to the Creators Update. John Cable, director of programe management at Microsoft's...

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